Sunday, November 15, 2015

The Global B.O.

Pungent. As it generally is.


Spectre -- $152,600,000 -- ($543,800,181)

The Peanuts Movie -- $2,500,000 -- ($90,489,856)

The Martian -- $5,300,000 -- ($477,407,616)

Hotel Transylvania 2 -- $8,900,000 -- ($417,844,692)

Pan -- $3,900,000 -- ($119,331,140)

A plucky entertainment journal reports:

... After crossing $400M globally last week, Hotel Transylvania 2 continues to perform. Halloween is long gone, but this picture, which along with Spectre will be one of Sony’s biggest hits this year, added $8.9M this weekend from 10,150 screens in 77 total markets. The international cume has now reached $252.6M. ...

The Martian continues to cultivate box office wherever it lands. A $5.3M weekend from 3,082 screens in 47 markets blasts the offshore total to $270.5M. This film, from Fox, is on track to best all of Scott’s overseas performances. ...

Spectre grossed a phenomenal $152.6M in its 3rd overseas outing. That’s 30% up on last week and largely down to the addition of China, Korea and Australia. In total, Spectre added 14 markets. ...


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